Elementary Boundary Value Problems
Partial differential equations arise as models for various physical phenomena. These equations as a group are noticeably less tractable (in virtually every sense) than the analogous ordinary differential equations.
KeywordsWave Equation Elementary Boundary Heat Equation Minority Carrier Separate Solution
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